There's a lot of activity at the site - it's hard to show, but it's about two acres of dug up dirt. The boys and I go and check it out a lot, because it's interesting and they like the excavators and dump trucks. (Well, I do too.)
The lagoon will be lined with a 2-foot layer of compacted clay. So walking around in there can get pretty messy. The falling down doesn't help, but they do that on normal ground anyway.
In other farm news, we have a cow that is going to have a calf. She wasn't pregnant at the end of the season, and then she was too newly pregnant to detect when the vet checked her. But! She's going to calve, so we have her in the barn, bedded down by herself. I went over to check on her today to see if she'd calved yet. No calf yet ... unless it's the weirdest calf I've ever seen.